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Your student life supported – What’s On Mon 16 – Fri 28 February

Fortnightly Roundup of student services and events delivered by Student Support & Wellbeing, by Marketing Manager Katrina Taylor …

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Welcome back … here’s the latest from us at Student Support & Wellbeing, and a brief note of what our teams are up to between Monday 16th and Friday 28th February.  Whatever your year or degree discipline you should find something for you here. I haven’t listed absolutely everything, so please drop-in at The Student Support Centre, 50 Park Place (Student High Street) and Cardigan House (Heath Park campus), or find us online, to access our full range of support and information.

Don’t miss out! Follow us on social media for daily updates on events and any other news and information we think will be of interest to you, follow us twitter: studentlifecu and cardiffcareers;  like us on facebook: studentlifecu and cardiffunicareers

 

Our Advice & Money team are available to chat informally with you about anything you may need help with …

  • If you have any queries relating to Funding, Money Skills, Emergency Funds, Guidance on Academic Issues, Bursaries or Scholarships the team are available to talk to you, drop-in: 50 Park Place: Mon to Fri, 9.00 to 16.00; Aberconway – Business School, for Business School students: Mon to Fri, 10.30 to 12.30 and 14.00 to 16.00; Cardigan House, Heath Park Campus:  Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs, 9.00 to 16.00.
  • The Financial Contingency Fund (for home students) Are you a first year student and struggling to find money to put a deposit down to secure a house for next academic year? If so, the Financial Contingency Fund may be able to help with a non-repayable grant.

 

Our Careers & Employability team have plenty of work experience opportunities and an impressive range of careers staff and employer led events; excuse the long list – we don’t want you to miss out on any of these! …

Careers in Publishing 25-Feb-2015 14:10 John Percival Building – Room 0.31

Tues 17 Feb Essay Writing – Analytical Writing V Descriptive Writing Time Management
Wed 18 Feb Essay Writing – Analytical Writing V Descriptive Writing
Tues 24 Feb – Reflective Writing
Wed 25 Feb – Learning from Feedback
Go to: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/academicskills/classes/timetable/index.html and reserve your place.

 

Our Counselling Health & Wellbeing team are busy supporting Mental Health and Eating Disorder Awareness Events …

 

Our Disability and Dyslexia team are here when you need them, make an appointment or drop in  and see them …

  • For appointments with the Disability, Dyslexia and Mental Health Advisers- email disability@cardiff.ac.uk, dyslexia@cardiff.ac.uk, mentalhealthadviser@cardiff.ac.uk or call 02920 874844
    · Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) Screenings- email dyslexia@cardiff.ac.uk or call 02920 874844
    · 30 min Drop in Appointments with a Disability Adviser – Mon-Thurs 13.00-16.00, last appointment is 15.30
    · 30 min Study Skills Drop in Appointments with our Study Skills Adviser – Tuesday afternoons 15.00-16.30pm, last appointment 16.00 and Thursday mornings 9.30-11.00, last appointment 10.30
    · Study Needs Assessments for students receiving Disabled Student Allowance (DSA)
    · For information about our Support Worker Service- email supportworkers@cardiff.ac.uk
    · To book your DSA approved 1-1 Specialist Study Support- email study-skills-support@cardiff.ac.uk or call 02920 875363

 

As you can see there’s a great range of support, services and events available to you – unfortunately I couldn’t list everything here; so please drop-in and see us.

 

We look forward to seeing you at our events or offices soon!

 

Best wishes

Katrina
Marketing Manager, Student Support & Wellbeing Division

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Your Student Life, Supported.
Advice & Money I Careers & Employability I Counseling, Health & Wellbeing I Disability & Dyslexia

 

 

 

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